Studies in physics at Stockholm University opens up ways that few other educations can match. If you understand the laws of physics, you learn to handle changes in science and technology. As a physicist you are trained in developing and evaluating new knowledge.

The Bachelor's programmes cover 180 credits, corresponding to three years of full-time studies, and lead to a Bachelor of Science degree. Two different profiles are offered, oriented towards physics or environmental science.

Teaching on the Bachelor's programmes is in Swedish. Information about the contents of the programmes is found here (in Swedish).

Having a Bachelor's degree, you are qualified for admission to a Master's programme. These cover two years of studies, 120 credits, and lead to a Master of Science degree. The Department of Physics offers three different Master's programmes: Physics, Computational Physics and Theoretical Physics. More information is found on our page about the Master's programmes.